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cutting the deficit to 6.8 inches. to the north and west of us, northern virginia. a record for them. montgomery county is soaked. no. baltimore, harford county, a good soaking. again, a few inches in those locations. meek could see temperatures climb a little bit this evening and a warm front is on the way coming up from the south. the warmer air with the front could invade maryland as we go through the evening so it's possible we have not seen the highs of the day just yet. once the temperature rise stops, we will probably be in the mid 60's. if you spotty showers and maybe some dense fog. we may see a love of a temperature difference which will produce widespread dense fog as this makes its way through. over the weekend, big changes. it still feels like summer time. low 80's tomorrow and an isolated storms sounding like a summer forecast. when will be light out of the south. there could be an isolated storm popping up in parts of the bay. remember that tropical storm? still in the season until december. tracking across the atlantic doing loops. this are of cloud could become tropi
are running a deficit for the month. 6.78 inches below normal. that could change beginning tomorrow. some sprinkles and light showers will push baltimore and the potential was there to pick up a few scattered showers. but it won't be as cool tonight and the southerly breeze will keep the temperature up. look for lows in the '50s. a light south wind at 5 miles an hour and for the first time this fall, the sun goes down before 7:00. high pressure off the coast, now to floods, our way. one is working up into the ohio valley. they will merge, consolidate, and become one almost stationary front in the mid-atlantic. with these two fronts, the risk of the shower lenders. a risk of a shower in our forecast for several days beginning late tonight and tomorrow. there could be a little thunder as the temperature is warm to around 80 degrees. the winds are fairly brisk, gusting to 20 knots. a small craft advisory is in effect tomorrow. the tropics have been quiet for several days now. weeks, really. this tropical storm nadine. she developed two weeks ago. the store has been wandering around the atlan
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